Bussleton Backpackers

14 Peel Terrace, Busselton, Western Australia, 6280, Australia | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Busselton

Starting to head north, just a little

A travel blog entry by c-in-oz on Apr 28, 2014

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We travelled to Busselton where we had the damage to the caravan incurred at Cosy Corner camp ground assessed. Unfortunately it appears to be a major repair job for such a small dent, as most of the side wall requires removing to access the dented panel. Even the caravan repairer was somewhat tentative to tackle the job on our caravan due to the high quality of build on our Bushtracker caravan. We appreciated the honesty of "The Caravan Doctor" at Busselton. It appears that ...

"Snake or sprinkler?"

A travel blog entry by twoinatent on Mar 09, 2014

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... drinking and eating had worn us out and not even a Dougie tea-chaser was going to revitalise us, and so an early evening thirty winks (which turned in to a couple hours sleep) was necessary. We then enjoyed the second half of our bottle of Sauvignon with our creamy cheddar.

On our final day in Gracetown we walked along the highway and sand track to the beach. It was a lovely lazy day and we paddled, sunbathed and enjoyed a spinach and ...

Pemberton, Margaret River, Bussleton

A travel blog entry by cyclist123 on Nov 28, 2013

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... on the state's flag. Originally my plan for today had been to ride down to Augusta, which has a famous lighthouse at the most South Western point of Australia, before heading up North through the town of Margaret River and ending in Bussleton. However, after a bit of proper route planning, I had found that it was 120 km just from Pemberton to Augusta, another 5 km to the lighthouse, and then probably another 90 km (at least) to Bussleton. With the threat of changeable wind, ...

Our adventure continues

A travel blog entry by jkkappler on Aug 20, 2013

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... along the way and facing many challenges. They decided to settle here on the advice of the aborigines but little did they realise they had settled in an area which was to be flooded by the force of three waterways. Annette's father and his team of workers hand made 10000 bricks to build the house that is still standing today even after being flooded 4 times. Three of those times since 1983. Heartbreaking and devastating times... Annette still tears up when telling the story. They ...

A very full day

A travel blog entry by ccaraian on Apr 19, 2013

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We packed up and moved on to Margaret River, stopping on the way at Mammoth Cave, where we were able to take a self-guided tour with a recording, which gave us an opportunity to enjoy the cave quietly. Each of them has been unique, contrary to my initial thought that "Seen one cave, seen them all".
We bumped into some local orchid enthusiasts, who directed us to some Leafless Orchids and Hare Orchids. ...

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This hostel, located on 14 Peel Terrace, Busselton, is near Busselton Jetty Underwater Observatory and Grove Vineyard.
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Busselton, Australia